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Teacher Pay Scale – Glen Rock NJ

March 9, 2007 am31 8:12 am

I might come back and pretty up this post later. For now Glen Rock is due south of Ridgewood:

TEACHER SALARY GUIDES

2006-2007
(table is beneath the fold —->)



STEPS


BA


MA or Equiv

BA + 45 MA + 15


MA+30


MA+45
1 41654 44721 47789 51163
2 43801 46868 49936 53310
3 45948 49016 52083 55457
4 48095 51163 54230 57605
5 50243 53310 56378 59752
6 52390 55457 58525 61899
7 54537 57605 60672 64046
8 56684 59752 62819 66194
9 58832 61899 64967 68341
10 60979 64046 67114 70488
11 63126 66194 69261 72635
12 65273 68341 71408 74783
13 67421 70488 73556 76930
14 69568 72635 75703 79077
15 71715 74783 77850 81224
16 73862 76930 79997 83372
17 76010 79077 82145 85519
18 78351 81224 84292 87666
19 84469 91335 94709
20 87731 91316 94903 98278

Source: NJ Public Employee Commission

2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 10, 2007 pm31 11:21 pm 11:21 pm

    So what’s your game here? Just doing your part to bolster the Freedom of Information Act? Or is this part of some much more insidious plot to lure California teachers to the East Coast? I mean, seriously, these districts can’t offer health insurance, right? Whatever your point, I’ve gotta stop reading these.

  2. March 11, 2007 am31 2:46 am 2:46 am

    These are annoyingly difficult to find.

    I teach in NYC, which 33 years ago had what I understand were very good salaries. In the face of the fiscal crisis of 75 (Ford to City: Drop Dead) something bad happened, maybe a losing strike? and we lost ground and continued to lose, to the point where 10 years ago we were very far behind the immediate suburbs. In 2 of our last 3 contracts we made up ground on salary, but in return for givebacks (ugly givebacks, in my opinion, that should not have happened).

    So, now? It is good for us to know how much ground we made up, and how far behind we still are. (I will do a bit of analysis with this and the wonderful Long Island link that two readers provided – we have narrowed the gap, but especially compared to the immediate suburbs, the lag is still large).

    And for you? I’ll warrant that our cost of living eats up any seeming disparity between our pay scales. And as I post these, remember, these are little districts. Most of us work at the scale in the contract link at the top of the page.

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